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Thread: Another Doodle book

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    Super Member hopetoquilt's Avatar
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    The decorative stitches add the perfect touch. I love it.

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    Smashing, love the embroidery stitches you did. My machine does alot of stitches, I'm going to have to remember to use them. Thanks for posting.

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    Wow, can I put in my order.
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    Seriously beautiful!!

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    nice work love it

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    Thanks everyone! Polly, I used both King Tut (40wt) and Sulky Blendables (30wt) on the covers. I have not done a tutorial because the pattern is not mine, it's IJ882 by Indygo Junction.

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    I love this!!! I think you've posted these before but I can't find the posts/pics now. Checked out your blog too! I know you sew with Berninas and my little Brother is far from those but wondered what thread you use. It looks a bit thicker than "regular" cotton or cott/poly thread. Have you done a tute for these? I'd like to make one for my Kindle 3 but the construction would need to be a bit different than the books, I think. Not sure where to start but there may be tutes somewhere for these. I just love your doodle books and love the look of them with the dec stitches!! Polly
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    What a beautiful doodle book. Those getting them will love them. I will have to keep this idea in mind for my family in the future. Thank you for sharing with us.
    JuneBillie - In memory of my dear mother June, and my dear mother in law Billie.
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    I love your Doodle Books! So cute.
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    Beautiful. Makes me want to take up doodling
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    Your doodle books look great! I can tell you really pay attention to detail and do wonderful work!
    Wendy

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